Forza Motorsport 7 players looking for more structured racing online now have a new option. After last month’s invite-only closed beta, the Forza Race Regulations system has arrived in the game’s multiplayer mode.
The latest update for Forza Motorsport 7 is now available to all players. Turn 10’s sim racer continues to evolve from the significant March update, which brought in the new Forza Race Regulations (FRR) for the first time.
He was the favorite heading into the day, and it turned out to be for good reason. With four wins in as many races, Evan Thorogood clinched the title at the WorldGaming Pfaff Forza 7 Canadian Challenge in Toronto on Sunday.
Buried within this week’s Forza Monthly show was arguably some of the most important news to long-time Forza Motorsport 7 players. After almost a year since its initial announcement, the Race Regulations system should be coming to the game next month.
Forza Motorsport 7 still has plenty left in its tank, as proven by today’s update. Now live, the update weighs in at 945MB for Xbox One X players, or roughly half that on the OG ‘Box and 845MB on PC. With it, comes a new car, force feedback updates for wheel users, and new paint space options.
Turn 10 has released details on the next episode of Forza Monthly, its show on all things Forza. To do so, it’s showcasing Porsche’s newest car, the 992-era 911, which suggests it’s coming to the game very soon.
The latest update for Forza Motorsport 7 has landed on the Xbox servers. Weighing in at 404MB on the original XB1 and 794MB on the One X/PC, it brings another round of improvements to Turn 10’s sim racer.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard about McLaren’s multi-disciplinary Shadow Project. The next qualification stage is now open, and as per tradition, it’s on a different platform. This time around, it’s Forza Motorsport 7.